Joshua Nations Blog Posts

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Anna Holland

You need more yeast in the air

My mom was known to everyone in our church and community for her hospitality and skills in the kitchen. It would surprise many who knew her that she did not learn to cook until after she married my dad. The women in my dad’s family were all of American pioneer stock. They baked their own

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Anna Holland

Targeted

The Lord has been working on me and my focus. Many days it seems that I am all over the place with everything that needs to be done.  From the Joshua Nations office, to my personal development, to taking care of my family – I am pulled a million directions every day. None of this is

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Villy Bohmer

Pressing into God

It seems like in this day and age that many of our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ have lost the art of pressing in to God. “Pressing in” is definitely not the fast food mentality. A late night run to the drive-through to satisfy a sudden urge of hunger. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 says, “Be

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Jason Holland

When things don’t go your way

The question proposed is the following, “What do I do when things don’t go my way?” Or I guess it could be rephrased as, “What should I do when things happen in a way that I didn’t expect?” Grappling with this question is at the heart of the Christian’s life and struggle. Through faith we

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Kevin Tripp

Remain Steadfast on the Path

Every worthwhile destination in this life requires a consistent, steady approach. This approach ought to be expected to be full of difficulties of all sorts. Let us segment them out into two categories. Challenges in the realm of: 1: Circumstantial obstacles 2: Moral character   Say we intend to build a garden. It would be of

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Jason Holland

How to love others the right way

Christians are commissioned to do a variety of activities that exemplify the heart of our Father. First and foremost, we are challenged by the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus. This activity requires our personal involvement in Gospel work both locally and to the ends of the earth. Most Christians struggle to respond to the

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